Senior Software Engineer - Golang at Gamma
Los Angeles, California, United States (Posted Apr 16 2018)
About the company
Gamma is an early stage startup with huge ambitions. Our vision of a distributed and open game platform underpinned by blockchain technology will transform the way games are created and played. This is only the beginning. Phase 2 of our plan involves a global distributed compute network that allows gamers to lease out their otherwise idle gaming rigs to earn in-game currency and gear, creating a whole new economic model of free-to-play.
- Remote work is NOT possible
Gamma is looking for world-class Engineers to join us in our HQ in Los Angeles. We are an early stage startup with huge ambitions. Our vision of a distributed and open game platform underpinned by blockchain technology will transform the way games are created and played.
This is only the beginning. Phase Two of our plan involves a global distributed compute network that allows gamers to lease out their otherwise idle gaming rigs to earn in-game currency and gear, creating a whole new economic model of free-to-play.
Reward and Impact
Gamma is a TECH-startup in its truest sense, we are creating brand new tech that has never been done before. You will be asked to solve impossible problems on a tight schedule. Honor and recognition in event of success, intellectual challenge and excitement always guaranteed.
As one of the first engineers to join the team you will play a huge part in setting the technical direction of our platform and influencing the team culture. Make sure you are ready to take on such responsibilities.
You are a seasoned software engineer with experience ranging from system architecture to low level performance optimization to software development lifecycle. You LOVE to code and enjoy sharing your experiences with others.
You must be highly proficient in Go (Golang) and have used it in large-scale (preferably distributed) applications. In addition we expect you to have used a variety of programming languages throughout your career and are able to compare and contrast their paradigms. Web development experiences are highly desirable, we use React.
You have managed teams of highly motivated individuals and was able to channel their energy to great effect. Experience growing teams and having to make tough people decisions (including terminations) is an asset.
Curious by nature - you are intrigued by the possibilities of blockchain technologies - not as a solution, but catalyst to push technology forward.
You’re a self-starter and an active listener to understand what needs to be done and make it happen.
Able to thrive in dynamic pressurized environment - you may have worked in startups before or are tired of being another cog in the corporate wheel - you understand that things move fast and can pivot to remain focused, productive, and excited about the bigger picture.
You’re looking for that next challenge, ready to build something truly game changing and you can put your name against. Join us in reshaping an industry and leave your mark on the world.
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Remote Teams: As a growing startup, we're looking for team members that will be in LA.
Relocation: Willing to consider within USA for engineering superstars.
Open to junior talent? We have multiple engineering openings and would consider one headcount for new graduates that have experience with blockchain technologies, distributed systems and interest in game technology.
Skills & requirements
Solid professional experience with Golang
Frontend experience with React a plus
Inspired and Curious by the potential of scalable decentralized technology.
Excited by transforming theories into practical, performant, well-designed systems.
Instructions how to apply
Interested in building the future with us? Awesome!
1. Send a copy of your resume or your LinkedIn profile to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Add a note telling me about the most promising blockchain project or technology you're excited about and why.
Company website: Gamma
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